Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
DK Dänemark, Dinamarca, Danemark, Danimarca, Denmark
Indoeuropäisch, Indoeuropeo, Indo-européen, Indoeuropeo, Indo-European

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Rask, Rasmus Kristian
Petersen, Uwe (Hrsg., Übers.)
Von der Etymologie überhaupt
Eine Einleitung in die Sprachvergleichung

Rasmus Kristian, dänischer Sprachforscher, (1787 - 1832), Professor in Kopenhagen, erkannte Lautentsprechungen zwischen den indoeuropäischen Sprachen und gilt neben Franz Bopp als Begründer der Indoeuropäistik.

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Auflage: Jahr: 1992, ISBN: 9783823348016, Verlag: Narr Francke Attempto, Produkt-Art: Softcover 24,00 €


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Rask, Rasmus Christian (Bröndekilde, 1787 - Copenhague, 1832) Lingüista danés. Al mismo tiempo que Bopp, pero de manera independiente, reconoció el parentesco de las lenguas germánicas con el griego, el latín y el balto-eslavo, doctrina que expuso en sus Investigaciones sobre el origen del islandés antiguo (1818).


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Rasmus Rask, in full Rasmus Kristian Rask, (born Nov. 22, 1787, Braendekilde, Den.—died Nov. 14, 1832, Copenhagen), Danish language scholar and a principal founder of the science of comparative linguistics. In 1818 he first showed that, in their consonant sounds, words in the Germanic languages vary with a certain regularity from their equivalents in the other Indo-European languages, e.g., the English father, acre, and the Latin pater, ager. What Rask observed proved to be the basis of a fundamental law of comparative linguistics (Grimm’s law), enunciated in 1822 by Jacob Grimm.
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Rasmus Kristian Rask, Philologe, Geboren: 1787, Gestorben: 1832
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Rask, Rasmus (1787 - 1832)

An incredibly hard-working Danish philologist — very 19th century. He mastered 25 languages and dialects. He also published a multitude of philological books and treatises on subjects such as Icelandic grammar, Danish orthography, and the history of Scandinavian languages.

In addition, he was one of the first people to discuss the systematic phonological relationships between deceased and living languages through his formulation of what was eventually called Grimm's law , a set of rules that explains how pronunciation evolved in Indo-European languages.


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Bildnis Rasmus Christian Rask

Rask, Rasmus Kristian (Dän. Sprachforscher)


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Bildnis Rasmus Christian Rask


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Rask, Rasmus Kristian, 1787-1832, Sprogforsker


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Rasmus Christian Rask (* 22. November 1787 in Brændekilde (Insel Fünen); † 14. November 1832 in Kopenhagen) war ein bedeutender dänischer Indogermanist und Polyglott. Er sprach 25 Sprachen und Dialekte, mehr als 50 hatte er studiert.
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Rasmus Christian Rask (Brændekilde dans l'île de Fionie, le 22 novembre 1787 – Copenhague, le 14 novembre 1832) est un érudit et philologue danois, reconnu aujourd'hui comme le premier représentant d'une philologie rationaliste, fondée sur des bases empiristes.

Il visita l'Islande (1813-1815), la Russie (1819), la Perse (1819) et l'Inde (1820-1823) afin d'étudier les langues de ces pays. Il rapporta un grand nombre de manuscrits précieux et fut à son retour nommé bibliothécaire de l'Université de Copenhague, puis professeur d'histoire littéraire et enfin de langues orientales.
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Rasmus Kristian Rask (born Rasmus Christian Nielsen Rasch;[1] 22 November 1787 – 14 November 1832) was a Danish linguist and philologist. He wrote several grammars and worked on comparative phonology and morphology. Rask traveled extensively to study languages, first to Iceland, where he wrote the first grammar of Icelandic, and later to Russia, Persia, India, and Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). Shortly before his death, he was hired as professor of Eastern languages at the University of Copenhagen. Rask is especially known for his contributions to comparative linguistics, including an early formulation of what would later be known as Grimm's Law.[1][2]
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Rask, Rasmus Christian
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Rasmus Kristian, dänischer Sprachforscher, * 22. 11. 1787 Brœndekilde auf Fünen, † 14. 11. 1832 Kopenhagen; Professor in Kopenhagen; erkannte Lautentsprechungen zwischen den indoeuropäischen Sprachen und wurde neben F. Bopp zum Begründer der Indoeuropäistik.


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